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a traer tu corazÓn. [♪] [♪] >>¿te paso a? [suena el teléfono] >>gracias. >>bueno. >>rosa, soy josÉ. udme dijo que si se presentaba una emergencia podÍa ayudarnos, ¿verdad? >>sÍ, clarque si. ¿qÉ pasÓ? >>necesitamos que venga a idar a los niÑos, por favor. por favor, tome un taxi. aquÍ yo se lo pago. >>sÍ, voy para allÁ, ¿pero me puedo llevar a mi niÑo? es que hoy no tengouien me lo cuide. >>no hay ningÚn problema, trÁelo. ¿pero puede venir ahora mismo? >>sÍ, voy para allÁ. >>ah, buen aÍ la esperamos. >>¡ay! sabes quÉmi niÑo? prepara tus cosas porque vas conmigo. >>¿te voy a acompaÑar al trabajo? >>sÍ. [exclamación] >>¿tÁs seguro que este es el hospital que te dijeron? >>sÍ, mi amor. no tienes nada de quÉ preocuparte. yaverigue y en este hospital operan mÉdicos excelent. ademÁs, son los mismos que trabajan con el voluariado. mira, ven, siÉntate aquÍ. espÉrame y yo regreso. >>sÍ, mi amor. >>todo va a estar bien. >>aquÍ te espero. [♪] >>¿en quÉ puedo servirle? al helipuerto.ger una persona llega a las 4:oo pm. >>un momento, por favor. >>gracias. >>¿es
puso mala y dijo que se iba a acostar. >>yo me encargo, rosa. gracias. >>¿no preere ir a ver como estÁ la seÑora? si se necesita, yo me puedo quedar con los niÑosno hay problema. >>¡ah! muchas gracias. ya es tarde, mejor vÁyase a descansar. >>estÁ bien. eonces, hasta maÑana, seÑor. >>hasta maÑana. >>hasta maÑana, rosita. >>hasta maÑana, niÑos. >>vamos a la casa. vÁmonos. >>¡uhh! [♪] >>¿quÉ pasÓ? ¿ que tu jefa salÍa de trabajar a las cuatro? >>bueno, ¿y quÉ quieres que haga, si esa gen se pasae lanza con ella? >>y ahora que llegÓ el marido va a estar mÁs difÍcil entrar a la casa. salvador: ¿quieren la lana o no? yo ya investiguÉ ysta gente tiene un buen. >>listo... vÁmonos... ¿ya? [♪] >>papi, vamos a ver a "aladino" yespuÉs gamos. yo serÉ la princesa jazmÍn. >>y yo soy... aladino. >>¡noyo soy aladino! >>¡ah! entonces yo voy a ser ¡jafar, el malo, el que se roba a la princesa! [risas] mi amor, ¿te sientes bien? ni: mami, ven a jugar con nosotr. [♪] >>¿estÁs bien? >>sÍ, soloe senti alg mareada, pero ya estoy mejor. >>niÑos, ahorita bajo para que
training policy for the use of lethal force. in santa rosa, abc 7 news. >> happening now antioch police searching for the owner of 2 dog that attacked a group of neighbors last night. dog pounced on man walking his pet pets. 3 neighbors who tried to help were bitten. police shot an killed one of the attacking dogs. the other captured and quarantine. if the owner doesn't come forward within 10 days the dog will be euthanize euthanized. owner is not facing any criminal charges. >> united express flight to san francisco made emergency landing tonight because of a threat on board the plane. flight to san antonio landed at sky harbor airport in phoenix just before 5. police say crew member found a threat on the plane. phoenix bomb squad searched the plane after everyone evacuated safely. nothing dangerous found. passengers were rescreened and rebooked on other flights. >> more than 50 students stanford university coping with suspected out brick of norovirus. highly contagious stomach bug with flu like estimates. as we see health officials take quick action to try to prevent it from
. 30s and 40s and 50s. its 54 in san francisco. 39 santa rosa. so there is a big, big difference in some of those temps. had a little puff of that easterly breeze and that helped them get to 71 in san francisco. today we will go to 70. our systems on its way but its not going to do much today. sunny and warm. cold morning once again. fog near the coast. highs pretty close to yesterday. 60s, 70s, and a few mid 70s. here is sal. >>> steve, good morning. for the most part our commute is starting off well as we look at the interstate 80 commute. right to the bay bridge toll plaza. it is nice and light and there are no major problems there. we have a problem in the south bay. i want to put it on the map here. we have a hard closure because of a fatal accident. a sig alert has been issued. let's go to janine de la vega who is live at the scene on the freeway here. j phone. >> yes, i'men the right hand shoulder of the northbound lanes of 680 where only one lane is open. two lanes are closed so that chp can conduct their investigation of this fatal accident that has happened that left as
. liver more, antioch, santa rosa, here's our live camera looking towards san francisco and we're in the clear right now. as you can see, some fog, not here, but the north coast, right around cape mendocino. we have mostly clear skies, temperatures cooling off. back down into the upper 50s in santa rosa and napa. san francisco 58. san jose 62. still mild in the south bay, but probably by the 8:00 or 9:00 hour, definitely need the sweater or jacket with the cooldown. for tonight, mostly clear skies, tomorrow, more sunshine. the warming trend continues. the weekend, we go the other direction for saturday and sunday. a bit of a drop off in our temperatures. overnight lows first thing tomorrow morning, coolest locations will be in the upper 30s for santa rosa, napa. and lots of 40s for concord, livermore, and san jose. so high pressure in command of our weather for one more day. we'll call it a warm friday. we're thinking 60s and 70s. here's the change. this weather system moves in from the north into the weekend. you can see temperatures dropping into saturday and sunday. by monda
for all. and maybe a little warmer for a few. not a lot. 30s and 40s and 50s. 54 san francisco. santa rosa at 39. a lot of 40s. i don't expect these to get too much colder. its already very mild san francisco. i've seen an easterly breeze out around the sunset district. also around san francisco state. as long as that holds we will go 72 for a high today. big change for a weekend will be a system sweeping through. it won't give us much expect for a wind event. today cold lows inland. fog near the coast. i don't think it will do much. that means 70s for anybody. >> steve, good morning. we are starting off the morning well expect for that problem we told you about. but first let's take a look at the other commutes. the bay bridge that looks good if you are trying to get into san francisco it is not a bad commute coming into the city. in the south bay for the most part we are doing well as you drive on 280. you can see traffic is looking good. i want to put up on the maps 680 northbound has a quite a development forming. janine de la vega is live at the scene of this breaking news where one p
in late. 30s and 40s and 50s. 54 san francisco. santa rosa is 39. i've seen lot of 30s. santa cruz mountains as well. we will go 72 for a high today. could be a late westerly breeze. that east wind usually holds for one more day. sunny and warm today. cold lows inland. not for everybody. its not as cool this morning as it was yesterday. fog near the coast. but i don't think it will make an impact. lots of 70s today. here is sal. >>> we continue to follow breaking news where a sig alert has been issued after a construction worker was hit. two cal tran workers were removing a sign when they were hit by a driver of a nissan. one of the workers died. the other has minor injuries. the driver of the nissan had to be extricated and has life threatening injuries. >> we are not sure if alcohol played a role in the collision. he was coherent at the time he was extricated from the vehicle. >> ktvu janine de la vega has been live at the scene since 4:30. she will have a report coming up in our next half hour. >>> i want to go to live pictures now. westbound as you can see at the toll plaza. we
usted y doÑa rosa hubieran regresado en donde se agarran de mano en donde se la presentaba de mujer y otro en donde seÑala que no estÁn juntos, ahora don pedro que pasa en la relaciÓn con doÑa rosa? >> bueno, tenemos humanamente que seguir adelante tenemos que seguir tratandonos porque estuvimos mÁs de 50 aÑos juntos y yo le agradezco a mi esposa todo lo que hizo por ayudarme a tocar. y correctamente. >> y pues, tenemos que tener una buena relaciÓn para querer que la familia estÉ junta y todo el tiempo estamos siempre presentes en todos los problemas y pues ahÍ vamos poco a poco. >> disculpar que lo interrumpa me encanta saber que tiene muy buena relaciÓn. >> Últimamente se ha dicho muchÍsimo que la... y primero aclarar que es no tiene herencia y sobre las demandas que dicen que le podrÍan a todos los medios de comunicaciÓn que han dicho mentiras especulaciones, cosas que no son acerca de lo que rodea de la muerte de nuestra recordada diva de la banda. bueno, en primer lugar no sÉ de donde saca usted de que hemos dicho que vamos a demandar. >> se lo pregunto porque just
on the threat made on this plane. >>> only on abc7 news a civil rights claim in the death of a santa rosa teenager. tonight, the first response from the deputy who shot him. >>> and we will follow up on a vicious dog attack in antioch last night. the search for the owner and what could happen to the dog that survived. >>> and why a popular ex-49er could be spending time next year in a federal prison. >>> that breaking news is in phoenix right now, where united airlines flight from san francisco to san antonio, texas, has been diverted because of some sort of threat. >> the nature of that threat has bought knot been released, flight 6573, which is operated by skywest airlines, landed at sky harbor airport in phoenix, where passengers were evacuated from the plane. >> police are now combing that aircraft as they investigate this threat. officials say even though you could see the plane sitting on the tarmac it is not delaying other flights. airport operations continue. the passengers are all being rebooked to san antonio right now. >>> and good evening, i'm dan ashley. >> i'm carolyn johnso
on to texas. >>> a santa rosa teenager shot to death by a sheriff's deputy, the family is filing a lawsuit. the lawyer representing the family of andy lopez says the suit will be filed in san francisco today. lopez was killed 10 days ago as he walked in southwest santa rosa. he was carrying a plastic pellet gun that closely resembled an ak-47. >>> the parents of a stillborn baby suing a daly city hospital now for losing the child's body. julio and rina arriaza say seton medical center lost the remains back in october of last year. worker at a santa cruz laundry facility found the baby's body on a conveyor belt heading towards an industrial size the washing machine. >> we can't comment beyond acknowledging the fact that this is pending litigation. but our hearts certainly go out to this family and everyone here is praying for their comfort and consolation. >> the laundry facility washes linens for the hospital. it's not clear at this point how much money the couple's attorney is seeking from the hospital. >>> today is the day bart workers decide whether to accept new contracts. members of t
for mr. lopez to drop his gun. >>reporter: santa rosa police head the investigation of the shooting and say it was only 10 seconds between gale house radioed dispatcher and the time he fired the shots. the officer told his lawyer he fired when the boy turned when the barrel of the toy rifle rose to the deputy. >> so once the lethal threat was posed, once the deputy felt in fear of his life for his safety, he had no other option but to use his firearm. >> she's a police accountability expert who says the investigation by santa rosa police and the district attorney is not enough. >> in every single department there should be some oversight of that department there should be independent investigations of misconduct issues. there should be a way for the community to haveen put. >>reporter: now the fbi is also conducting its own investigation. the sonoma county sheriff's office is also investigating a complaint by a motorist who claims the officer pulled his gun on him during a traffic stop two months ago. now the officer lawyer said she couldn't comment because it was a pending pers
to drop his gun. >> reporter: santa rosa police are heading the investigation of the shooting. they now say it was only ten seconds between the time goalhouse radioed the dispatcher and the time he fired the shots. goalhouse told his lawyer he fired when the boy turned when the barrel of the toy rifle raised toward the deputies. >> so once the lethal threat was posed, once deputy goalhouse felt in fear of his life, for his safety. he had no other option but to use his firearm. >> reporter: a police accountability expert says the investigation by santa rosa police and the district attorney is not enough. >> in every single department, there should be some oversight of that department. there should be independent investigations of misconduct issues. there should be a way for the community to have input. >> reporter: now the fbi is also conducting its own investigation. the sonoma county sheriff's office is also investigating a complaint by a motorist who claims goalhouse pulled his gun on him during a traffic stop two months ago. now, goalhouse's lawyer says she could not comment because
-powered assault rifle. hundreds of students and others took to the streets of santa rosa earlier this week to protest the death of this popular eighth gradary. ma rowa teresa kumar is an msnbc contributor. this incident has caused a lot of outrage. there have been rallies, demonstrations, people holding up signs saying andy lopez did not have to die. also jail all racist killer cops. very strong language here. explain what we know about the facts of all this and how this case has now galvanized the community. >> good morning, thomas. thanks for doing this segment. this is something that's actually quite personal because i grew up in santa rosa in the community. sadly this is the third incident in less than eight years by a shooting of a teen victim by a police officer. and what we're seeing right now is the fact that you have young people, middle schoolers and high schoolers galvanizing, protesting in the streets, organizing. not your usual suspects, not the community leaders and church leaders but young people saying we need to have a better relationship with police officers because right
keeper, u.s. marine and activist. >> and more than 1,000 people gathered this week in santa rosa, california to protest the failed shooting of 13-year-old andy lopez. it was just a week thoog the teenager was shot and killed bay county sheriff who saw lopez holding a pellet gun that resembled an a.k. 47 rival. >> two sonoma county deputies saw lopez what they saw was a rifle. the officers allegely repeated asked to drop the weapon and when he turned to face the officers the deputy shot the boy seven times. the parents and the community of andy lopez are frustrated over the shooting. they say it didn't have to happen. and they brought that frustration to a rally this week where they carried sign where they said we are andy lopez. the whole damn system has to die. to talk about this i spoke with ramon gallindo. i asked him what protestors think -- excuse me -- could or should have been done to prevent this incident. >> well, this community in santa rosa in northern california is in a state of shock after the shooting of 13-year-old andy lopez. the deputy thought he was in danger an
7 hd. let's talk about temperatures, then. we're running 39 in santa rosa for the cool spot. san carlos in hayward, about 50. everybody else in the mid to upper 40s. this is the way it looks from the camera this morning, you can see you just how clear and clean and calm the air is. sunshine. today will be the warmest day in the accuweather forecast. this dry pattern is going to extend all the way through seven-day. let's talk about temperatures today. how about mid to upper 70s in the south bay with san jose, 74. the exception, milpedes. low to mid 70s north and south on the peninsula. we'll have mid to upper 60s along the coast to low 70s in downtown, south san francisco and sausilito. mid 70s through north bay valley. about 10 degrees cooler at your coast. we'll have low to mid 70s in oakland, fremont at 74. into the east bay valleys, inland east bay, if you will, temperatures in the mid 70s here from about 74 to 76 degrees. tonight, we're going to be in the mid 40s to low 50s under a lot of stars. take a look at the pattern that's developing. a couple of areas of high pressure
. the deputy shot lopez seven times in santa rosa last tuesday. he says he thought the replica ak-47 lopez was carrying was real. >>> happening right now, bart workers are voting to confirm the tentative agreement they made to end last week's strike. the workers agree with the contract changes last tuesday after a four-day strike. the details=/% of this contract were not released, but some of them were actually leaked. workers will have to pay a little more for health insurance and contribute toward pensions. the two sides also agreed to a series of safety improvements. the results of the vote will be released tonight. >>> a follow-up to a story we have been reporting all weeklong. the southern california factory that makes a popular sriracha sauce won't have to rule production. a judge ruled he didn't have enough time to review the case and refused to order a halt. the city@ of irwindale which is close to los angeles sued the company saying the hot sauce maker stinks up the city and the peppery smell even burns their eyes and throat. people who live there. the judge scheduled a hearing fo
they are pretty similar to where we were 24 hours ago. santa rosa 39 degrees 38 in livermore. 53 so milder weather and san francisco parade in fact, we are seeing pretty mild conditions along the peninsula and east bay shoreline. as we follow the temperatures throughout the day futurecast 4 highlights the 12:00 hour. you notice 60s for most of the bay area but i think we will climb into the '70s for places like livermore and san jose. as the back for the clock by 3:00 this afternoon a lot of us in the '70s. temperatures in some spots actually a little bit warmer than where we should be for this time of year. by 8:00 this evening, it is a friday night so you will probably have plans. temperatures back in the '60s with the exception of a few spots in the north bay. as we focus specifically on the afternoon highs expected in your neighborhood today prefer to start things off and east ave. danville a high of 77 florida with that 80 degree mark and san ramon. we're also talking to be mild and come weather along the east bay waterfront. 74 degrees for san leandro. temperatures in the south bay will be w
a santa rosa woman's home. he was in his socks and underwear when he was arrested back in july on suspicion of prowling and burglary. s scheduled to be arraigned this morning. the 32-year-old has since apologized and described a long-term problem with bing drinking. >>> 6:08. let's take a look at trofk now. problems persist on 680 in the south bay. here's layla. >> we're going to take you across 580 and see what's happening. things are quiet, but congestion is building. 40 miles per hour as you approach the road. it eases into livermore, 32 miles per hour before things start to open up as you make that drive right over to the dublin interchange. north there along highway 4 in the westbound direction from antioch and into pittsburgh, 16 miles per hour. it's very slow as you make it to about railroad avenue. and then you'll see things clear aus head farther into concord. now as we take it into milpedes, we have a sig alert in effect until further notice. 7 miles per hour will be your top speed. resulting into an earlier fatal accident involve ago construction worker. use 880 inst
than where we stood at this hour yesterday. upper 60s napa, 66 santa rosa, upper 60s san francisco with mostly sunny skies, so meld to warm weather, half moon bay reporting 64 degrees, a nice day the coast. i want to show you a broad picture here, ridge of high pressure. you can see that ridge right about here. i have drawn out arrows for you. storm track staying to the north. i want to push this map over just a little bit because we have changes in store, you see this system, it will drop it back and bring as windy day as will, take a look at what happened, want to pick it up for your friday, today mostly sunny, nice weather in the forecast, as we get into tomorrow morning the low clouds creep closer to the coast but take a look at the line moving over california, i will roll it through and it fizzles out through the bay area and it is just a dry front, but with this front the breeze will be with us once again, so saturday night into sunday, especially along the coast and especially in our hills, the winds are expected to return, so we be tracking that for you, if you are going th
negocio de las rosas como flores, dejar a cobrar por ellos y un pie de recogimiento. es un día así, pero con el tiempo yo tengo 24 años en este país y cuando estoy aquí me doy cuenta de que las costumbres van variando dependiendo redondo es somos originarios. porque para ustedes, a los mexicanos, el día de los muertos, que es mañana, lo hacen como una fiesta. >>esta tradición, paty, viene de mesoamérica. esto es mucho antes que los españoles a américa. todos los indígenas, sobre todo yo, que se de méxico, todos acostumbraban a darle culto a todas las personas que morían, porque para ellos era una fiesta morir. aún muerto no se le enterraba por cómo hubiera sido su vida, a un muerto se le entierra por cómo haya sido su muerte. si una persona moría en agua, entonces ellos lo incinera van preceptúa a los que morían en agua porque se los daban a tlaloc, un dios. entonces dependía de cómo murieras, una mujer que murió en el parto a ellos se les daba otro tipo de funeral. a éstos y los incinera van. a las personas que morían comúnmente, esas personas las enterraban, per
muestran impresionados con lo ocurrido. >> yo nunca me imaginé eso con la señora rosa. sabía que era muy querida entre los hispanos. >> reportera: el fbi está tras la pista de esa señora, ya que presuntamente se encuentra en el perú. las autoridades ofrecen $6000 por la información que lleve a su captura. usted puede visitar cualquier oficina del fbi, o entrar a su página de internet, o acercarse a cualquier consulado o embajada estadounidense. >> juliana: gracias linda, y en otro caso, la corte suprema de justicia ha anulado un fallo que responsabilizaba a la universidad virginia tech. argumentando que los funcionarios de la escuela actuaron de manera negligente a no poner sobre aviso a los estudiantes sobre él el tiroteo. no era la responsabilidad del estado avisarle a los estudiantes sobre actos criminales potenciales a manos de terceras personas. y en maryland, por segunda vez en el condado montgomery, cámaras de vigilancia han quedado inservibles luego de que han alguien las pintará compresora en aerosol. los lentes de las cámaras fueron pintados con color negro. la policí
. ahorita me acuerdas de llevarle este huacal a doÑa rosa. >> sÍ, pero sigueme contando del dÍa de los muertos chiquitos. >> ah, mira, pues como te estaba diciendo, el 31 octubre vienen los niÑos a comer sus dulces porque cada aÑo las familias les ponen una ofrenda. >> orden de papitas y arroz. pollito en mole verde con su arrozito. >> muchas gracias. >> compadre... >> ay, comadre, quÉ bueno que llegÓ, ya se nos habÍan acabado. >> ay, es que se me hizo tarde, perdÓn. >> no se preocupe. llegaron las tortillas, ¿quiÉn quiere? >> hola, comadre. >> vienes hasta colorada, lucÍa. >> ay, es que estos dÍas son de ajetreo, estoy preparando la ofrenda para mi pequeÑo luisito, y luego pues quiero poner otra para mi mamÁ y los papÁs de artemio. >> ademÁs haces tortillas, sopes, quesadillas, no sÉ cÓmo le haces. [risas] >> ay, pero si tÚ tambiÉn andas bien apurada, mira nada mÁs. >> pues sÍ, ademÁs de los clientes tengo que preparar la comida que me piden para los muertitos. y tambiÉn hice unos buÑuelos para mi rosita. >> chamaca esa, es terrible, ¿dÓnde estÁ? >> ya no dil
offshore, you start to see things cooling off down there. fairfield at 50, santa rosa is at 50. overnight lows mid-30s in the come spots. you had frost this morning. temperatures generally on the chilly side. that's how tomorrow goes. these are the forecast overnight lows. and just like it's been, you have very cool mornings especially in the north bay. mostly clear tonight. tomorrow mostly sunny and warm. the change comes as we go into this weekend. it's going to cool down a little bit. this high pressure is going to weaken a little bit. it'll be with us tomorrow and look what happens. this low bumps up against us. not enough to bring up rain but enough to get the fog back to the coast and bring the winds back on shore as temperatures trend down. overnight in santa rosa or when you wake up tomorrow morning 46 46-degree. that's chilly for urban center. 74degrees for a daytime high. 75 in vacaville. these are the forecast highs for friday. we have fire danger that's there but not as bad as it could be this time of year. the santa clara county lots of mid-70s. this weekend flew by. 67 in da
rosa is at 50. overnight lows mid-30s in the come spots. you had frost this morning. temperatures generally on the chilly side. that's how tomorrow goes. these are the forecast overnight lows. and just like it's been, you have very cool mornings especially in the north bay. mostly clear tonight. tomorrow mostly sunny and warm. the change comes as we go into this weekend. it's going to cool down a little bit. this high pressure is going to weaken a little bit. it'll be with us tomorrow and look what happens. this low bumps up against us. not enough to bring up rain but enough to get the fog back to the coast and bring the winds back on shore as temperatures trend down. overnight in santa rosa or when you wake up tomorrow morning 46 46-degree. that's chilly for urban center. 74degrees for a daytime high. 75 in vacaville. these are the forecast highs for friday. we have fire danger that's there but not as bad as it could be this time of year. the santa clara county lots of mid-70s. this weekend flew by. 67 in daily city and 70 in san bruno. forecast highs for tomorrow a little warmer
hacer, r favor. [♪] rosa: ¿y dos por dos? niño: este... dopor dos... cuatro. rosa: ¿y dos por tres? niño: seis. niño: ocho. >>¡miren quiÉn llego! niños: ¡papi! [♪] >>¡ahhh! [ras] ño: te quiero, papi. >>y yo los quiero mucho. buenas tardes, ra. mosos! >>buen
shooting of a 13-year-old boy in santa rosa last month. sheriff deputy shot and killed 8 8th grader anthony lopez after mistaking the toy ak47 for a real rifle. the santa rosa man said the same deputy pulled a gun on him twice during a traffic highway stop. two months earlier, the man said the incident had him questioning the deputies emotional stability. the attorney declined to comment on the new allegation. lopez's family will file a lawsuit in federal court today against sonoma county citing excessive force. >>> the coast guard has released a statement about the mysterious barge on san francisco bay near treasure island that has been linked to google. a statement says coast guard personnel have been on board for routine inspections and to make sure compliance with applicable safety, security and environmental protection regulations. the coast guard did not say if the barge belonged to google. >>> it is 7:11. making sure b.a.r.t. trains keep running, what's happening today to confirm that will happen for at least four more years. >>> plus, who released disturbing videos of mentally ill p
are no longer in the upper '30's and just santa rosa. take a look at richmond and 49 degrees. 44 degrees in san mateo. as we head into the afternoon it will be sunny and warmer than what we saw yesterday. the inland highs will climb and that includes livermore, pleasanton, and concord courage mid 60's for those of you in daly city. this will be the warmest day of the week with pretty mild conditions. the temperatures are in the upper 50s, low 60's by 8:00 p.m.. >> as of right now high- pressure is stretched across the bay and that will keep the temperatures, warmer side the saturday night a cold front will come man. that will bring the temperatures down and we will increase the on offshore wind and the temperatures will be pretty seasonal for the next work week. we are tracking the potential for some showers north of the golden gate bridge. >> state investigators are in san francisco a general hospital looking into the death of lynne spalding. she is the woman found dead in a hospital stairwell earlier this month kron4 marine kelly talk with san francisco police about their investigation. >> th
-old santa rosa resident is accused of prowling and attempting to pry open a win duo wearing only his underwear and socks. the alleged incident happened in july. >>> after months of legal trouble and the last few weeks in rehab, aldon smith is back on the 49ers tonight. the team reactivated its troubled linebacker late this afternoon. that means he's now eligible to play. the 49ers had deactivated him last month after he was arrested for dui and marijuana possession. he also faces three felony counts of weapons charges that stem from a party he hosted at a south bay home last year. the 49ers next game is november 10th, just two days before smith's court appearance to face a dui and weapons charges. coming up later in this newscast, 49ers insider matt maioco will address smith's future with the team. >>> still ahead at 6:00, more 49ers news. why the team won't be the first one to play in its own new stadium. >>> and what's making the students sick? the investigation that has health inspectors on the stanford campus. >>> and it's an old way to get around, but it's fueling san francisco'
in july after a woman in santa rosa called police because a man tried to break into her apartment. police arrested him at the scene. he was wearing just his socks and underwear. he is scheduled to be arraigned tomorrow. >>> meanwhile a san jose dad is in big trouble. 29-year-old julio reyes first told milpitas police his car and his 10-year-old daughter and 8-year-old son were missing. once they questioned him, he admitted to ditching the car and going to a friend's house leaving the two children alone for 14 hours. >> the children were very cold, tired, very hungry, so the officers took them into protective custody and brought them here to the police station. >> the kids are okay. it is unclear why reyes left his children in the car. >>> new tonight california could lose billions in federal money if it stops administering state standardized tests. the san jose "mercury news" reports the u.s. department of education may withhold more than $3.5 billion in federal aid. that's if the state decides to ditch star testing for a new computerized test and not publish the results. the department o
rosa, 39 followed by san ramone at 41. 50 in hayward and oakland. 41 in san jose. the way it looks down on southtown san francisco where it's rather quiet right now, we're going to have temperatures today be the warmest. cooler breezes this weekend. and an extended period of dry weather once again. how about mid 70s down in the south bay with san jose around 74. low to mid 70s on the peninsula. we'll have mid to upper 60s along the coast today. the nicest day or at least the calmest and brightest day. you'll get that later next week. low 70s around downtown south san francisco and mid 70s to the north bay valleys. mid to upper 60s is at your coast. low to mid 70s through east bay shore line. inland east bay neighborhood in the mid 70s. tonight, mid 40s to low 50s. that's going to be our temperature, pretty close to average. for the riders fans, the eagle are coming to town. partly cloudy, low 60s. here is your accuweather forecast. don't forget about daylight saving ending tomorrow. sunday and monday will be the coolest days in the forecast. have a great weekend. here is hayla. >> as a
agente del alguacil en santa rosa.. take vo ---de acuerdo al teniente paul henry, el agente erick gelhaus no recuerda con certeza si se identifico al momento de ordenarle al adolescente que soltara la pistola de juguete a-47... ---henry afirma que un testigo escucho al agente ordenarle en dos ocasiones al menor tirar el juguete cuando este caminaba sobre la avenida moorland antes de dispararle siete veces.... blanca ---un padre de 2 hijos ha sido detenido por presuntament e haber dejado a su hijo e hija menores de edad, dentro de un auto por mas de 15 horas en milpitas. take vo ---ayer, alrededor del mediodia, un vecino de la calle "north hillview" de esa ciudad, llam a la policia para reportar que los menores de 10 y 8 aÑos de edad habian estado en el auto desde las 10 de la noche anterior. ---la policia se llevo a los menores e incauto el auto, y ayer por la noche "julio reyes" reporto a sus hijos y auto perdidos. ---al llegar a la comisaria, "reyes" fue detenido y acusado por poner en riesgo a los menores. cesar ---un empleado del distrito escolar de san mateo que trabaja en una guard
or treating the young ones may be out early, santa rosa 73 degrees. get any better than that? in the city 67. oakland san jose 70. concord 72. let me show you this time lapse from squaw valley. a foot of snowfall from a few days ago are melting but there will be more snow the next week. you want to know where the low pressure is that gave us wind and snow in the sierra? it is in texas. i have video to show you from texas. a major flooding there. some parts of texas received 1 foot of rainfall. that's flash flooding near austin the area between austin and san antonio floods several times a year but this is one of the worst. lots of people had to be rescued by boat in and around austin. same area of low pressure that got us recently. for us our radar is clear. kpix 5 hi-def doppler showing dry conditions and we'll stay dry right on through the weekend. some halloween weather trivia for you. the warmest halloween ever in san francisco back in 1966 where we hit 83 degrees. the wettest halloween you probably don't remember this, 1934, where we had nearly 3/4" of rainfall. no rain for us. it's all
. >>> only on abc7 news a civil rights claim in the death of a santa rosa teenager. tonight, the first response from the deputy who shot him. >>> and we will follow up on a vicious dog attack in antioch last night. the search for the owner and what could happen to the dog that survived. >>> and why a popular ex-49er could be spending time next year in a federal prison. >>> that breaking news is in phoenix right now, where united airlines flight from san francisco to san antonio, texas, has been diverted because of some sort of threat. >> the nature of that threat has bought knot been released, flight 6573, which is operated by skywest airlines, landed at sky harbor airport in phoenix, where passengers were evacuated from the plane. >> police are now combing that aircraft as they investigate this threat. officials say even though you could see the plane sitting on the tarmac it is not delaying other flights. airport operations continue. the passengers are all being now.oked to san antonio right >>> and good evening, i'm dan ashley. >> i'm carolyn johnson. >>> we have new information ton
of 34 santa rosa and for napa appeared live we all want to warm up more than we did today for places like san jose and los coddles mid-70s in cupertino and palo alto tomorrow appeared in line for the inland balance it will be in the mid to upper seventies at 75 and what the greek and 76 in livermore and pleasanton. >> 70 tomorrow even in downtown san francisco pier >> 60 on the coast line and several degrees warmer than what we saw out there today it appeared like the extended forecast shows war for friday a very nice day into the weekend though we will have that sponsors the passing of to the north and it is one to bring us what: temperature and more clout coverage appeared like saturday evening in to sunday will start once lightly through the early part of next week but right now the commuter computer models to show a storm moving into the bay area on thursday which will bring as widespread rains and that is still several days away. >> and sports aldon smith returns to the san cisco for the times, but he still faces a possible suspension from the in at el. >> gary has that in all s
of clover dale about 30 minutes north of santa rosa. police say the driver is a 75-year-old man who is cooperating with the investigation he is not believed to have been drinking, speeding or using his cell phone. the boys were transported to the hospital but their conditions not released. >>> new tonight, a family from brazil is in san francisco tonight on a frantic search for a loved one. they got a call from the missing man on monday saying he was in trouble and they haven't heard from him since. nbc bay area's gene ellie is live in san francisco where his sister is retracing his steps tonight. >> he had a bus ticket for a ride home to los angeles on sunday, but eighths here at the greyhound station say he never boarded that bus. we also know he called family on monday frantic telling them he needed help and was in trouble. that was the last time family heard from him. >> and eats a nice boy. he was not the type of troublemaker boy. he is -- he's really intelligent. he speaks four languages. >> anna rodriguez is desperate to find her brother. 23-year-old paolo netto. she and he
" a manos de un agente del alguacil en santa rosa. take vo ---de acuerdo al teniente "paul henry", el agente "eric gel-haus" no recuerda con certeza si se identifico al momento de ordenarle al adolescente que soltara la pistola de juguete. ---henry afirma que un testigo escucho al agente ordenarle en 2 ocasiones al menor tirar el juguete cuando ste caminaba sobre la avenida "moor-land" antes de dispararle 7 veces. take vo ---una familia brasileÑa pide la ayuda del publico para encontrar a "paulo netto" de 23 aÑos de edad quien no ha sido localizado desde el lunes pasado ---la familia del joven viaj a san francisco desde su pas natal para buscarlo ---segn la hermana de "netto", ella recibi una llamada de l diciendole que alguien estaba persiguiendol o y que tena miedo ---si usted conoce su paradero, comuniquese con la policia de san francisco. blanca ---un vecindario del ste de la bahia se vio aterrorizado por 2 feroces perros. take vo ---un hombre caminaba a sus 2 mascotas cuando repentinamente otros 2 animales, lo atacaron. ---mayra tostado nos cuenta mas. take pkg pkg las calles de este
to 39 degrees in santa rosa, 49 in san jose, 54 in san francisco and 51 degrees in oakland. by this afternoon, get a load of these numbers, mid- to upper 70s in some spots in the interior valleys. as high as 76 degrees today in san jose. along the coastline, plenty of sunshine into the 60s and san francisco could even check in at a very pleasant 71 degrees. we have some changes though coming up for the weekend. we'll have more on that in a moment. right now let's check out your "kcbs traffic" with elizabeth. >> thank you, lawrence. we continue to follow this breaking news. tragic news out of milpitas this morning, we are getting our first live pictures at the scene and some of the slowdowns. the driver ran into a construction zone and one worker was killed on interstate 680. it all happened before 3 a.m. another worker has some minor injuries. this is the northbound lanes of 680 approaching scott creek road. we have learned the victim was a contractor. he did some contract work for caltrans. and the two workers that were hurt were removing a road sign and that's when the dr
arriba. todo estaba color de rosa hasta este momento. Último cuarto, acarrea el ovoide 3 yardas para la anotación, 2 son de cincinnati, con la pizarra 20 de tiempo extra, patía y miami con la victoria de 22 20. miami rompe racha de 4 derrotas. - revisamos el marcador mcdonald's... - en los emiratos Árabes unidos, la selección de honduras un 17 se enfrentó a suecia cuartos de final. minuto 27 primera parte, se lanzaba al ataque y velázquez en un mano a mano se fabrica una ventaja grande para poner el uno a cero y a toda honduras empezaba a soñar. la respuesta de suecia llegó a 68, empata el partido tras una gran jugada colectiva o fases minutos después, marcó lo que puede ser uno de los mejores goles de este mundial, paco sensacional para el 2 a uno. suecia avanza a semifinal. méxico avanza después de vencer a brasil en los penal. - vamos al partido del barcelona. se disputó el derby catalán. español visitó canon para visitar al barcelona. el equipo al cuando vence desde 2009. laura nasa claros y buscaron el gol, pero los pericos resistente a los 67 minutos hasta que apar
comienza con un masaje en los pies con sales minerales y esencias de rosas. >> realizamos con el fin que elimine el cansancio acumulado. >> se pasa a la eco no y laciÓn con extracto de uva. >> para eliminar las toxinas y los radicales libres, son cÉlulas muertas que hay en el cuerpo. >> para un mejor resultado se usan toallas calientes para retirar el producto y el tratamiento es efectivo porque contiene pedazos de semilla de uva y manzanilla que nutre la piel. >> tiene un camomponente que aya contra bueno, contra problemas el corazÓn, contra el cÁncer, antiinflamatorio. >> se complementa con un masaje que ayuda a la circulaciÓn utilizando vino terapia. >> el vino igualmente es un extracto de la uva, viene del extracto de la uva y ayuda igualmente para antioxidante, desintoxicar el cuerpo. >> para una mejor absorciÓn del producto se envuelta en una manta tÉrmica por 10 minutos. >> al igual que se hace con el ritual de granos de pimienta y cristales de sal. >> la pimienta ayuda para dar mayor flujo en la sangre en todo el cuerpo y para darle luminosidad y vitalidad a la piel. >> es
, clear skies. temperatures into mid to upper 70s from santa rosa to fairfield and livermore. and these are the forecast features. we can expect another mild day, mostly sunny skies, breezy, cooler and a chance of rain by the end of next week. high pressure controlling factor in our weather now will be for a while. we set our maps in motion at 7:00 this evening we'll see a little dry front sweeping through tomorrow, bringing us high clouds, partly cloudy sunday today, mild but sunday looks a bit cooler. we've got raiders hosting philadelphia eagles sunday, looks like nice weather for the game. temperatures in the 60s under partly cloudy skies. overnight lows into mid to upper 40s then, tomorrow, high temperatures under sunny skies. low to mid-60s on the coast. upper 60s around the bay. low 70s inland heefrment is the accu-weather forecast. set your clocks back before sunday we fall back on standard time. cooling down sunday, monday, cooling down tuesday, and wednesday. to thosuffered in silence... hoped... and lived in a state of fear... welcome to a new state... of health. w
alike will be there. bidding begins. a lucky reporter from our santa rosa station got a preview. >> this was used in a library, one of her libraries in her home. >> reporter: auction house owner frank kaminski walked me through the show rooms after oprah pointed out some of her favorite things. >> these items came from her chicago studios. so these were -- there's a lot of interest in these particular chairs. they are italian. she stored her sweaters in here and personal items and this is something from her indiana home, estimated to bring 300 to 500 and it is up to $850. >> reporter: over 60,000 people from the united states, 5,000 from canada and even the philippines and india are getting in on the on-line bidding. 600 items are up for items, some with a starting bid of $150. >> gives you a peek inside to her personality and what she likes. >> i love her art work that she has so far.work that she has so far. i think that's the best part to me. >> oprah's art work is getting a lot of attention. pieces going for 1,000 or more. this doll, 5,000 to 8,000. an original from the late
is also launched a probe of the police killing of 13- year-old andy lopez in santa rosa, california who was shot dead last month after a sheriffs deputy mistook the pellet gun he was caring for an assault rifle. the florida city where trayvon martin was shot dead by neighborhood watch volunteered george zimmerman is banning neighborhood watch members from carrying guns. new rules due to be announced bar week will also volunteers from pursuing people they deem suspicious. zimmerman was accused of racially profiling the unarmed teenager and following him before shooting him dead. a jury acquitted zimmerman in july. to0 three-year-old activist surrender to u.s. immigration authorities as part of a protest calling for reform and a halt to record deportations has been deported to mexico. rocio hernandez perez was brought to the united states by her parents at the age of four. she was one of the so-called dream 30 who crossed into laredo, texas in september. the dream 30 took action after another group of young people, the dream 9, made a similar crossing an arizona in july. the dream 9 were
is in santa rosa. into the afternoon tomorrow or seven days in san jose 77 evergreen >> mid to upper 70's in the inland valley. >> low seventies for the east bay shoreline. >> a beautiful day bay area wide tomorrow. it >> the extended forecast a nice warm day tomorrow and will lead into the weekend and a storm will come by saturday night and sunday. >> we will start to walk a little bit through next week. >> we will keep you posted. we decided to check and live on some halloween trick or treaters. >> you could check with us on facebook and let us know your favorite spots for halloween. >> coming up it is the c h p latest approach to finding stolen vehicles appeared this is a story you will only see on kron4 news on the addition of people behaving badly. >> female announcer: female announcer: when you see this truck, it means another neighbor is going to sleep better tonight because they went to sleep train's ticket to tempur-pedic event. choose from a huge selection of tempur-pedic models, including the new tempur-choice with head-to-toe customization. plus, get 36 months interest-free fi
francisco. 74 in oakland. and 76 degrees in santa rosa. next couple of days including the weekend, changes as those temperatures going to start to take a nosedive as we head into saturday. maybe a bigger story will be the winds that will be picking up on saturday afternoon. clear on sunday but cooler. and then by next week, guys, i think late in the week, at least we start talking about a pattern change and the great karnow sees the possibility of a few showers. >> no. >> yes. it's going to happen! it's going to happen at one point. >> we're listening. >> thank you. >> it is november. >> thank you, lawrence. >>> it is 5:19 now. parents aren't the only ones having trouble with rebellious teenagers. facebook is now in a frenzy trying to keep its younger members from deactivating their accounts. the general attitude from teens is that facebook is so last year. more of them are now choosing newer social media apps and that means less supervision from parents who aren't up to speed with the latest technology. >> she's moved on to instagram and the other one snapchat or something. now they have
in the north bay valleys. 39 degrees in santa rosa. 48 in san jose. much warmer by afternoon. upper 70s inland. 70s into san francisco. much cooler a little windy over the weekend. ♪ >>> good morning, to you, it's 8:00 in the west. welcome back to "cbs this morning." only six people signed up for insurance op day one of healthcare.gov but jan crawford shows us why the website is not the obama administration's biggest problem. >>> alabama's nick sabe been runs college football's number one program. armen keteyian got exclusive access for "60 minutes." >>> an estate sale where the whole world gets a chance to buy. a sneak peek inside oprah's california auction. >>> first a look at today's eye opener @ 8:00. >>> six people got enrollment monday after documents turned over the congress. >> not for a moment was there a serious discussion or a belief that joe biden should be replaced. >> flash floods killed at least two people near austin. >> wind and rain have already hit here in philadelphia and in many states. >> a dramatic rescue in kansas. a school bus to
in the north bay. 39 in santa rosa. 40 in gilroy. the marine layer offshore. we're starting out clear. by lunch time close to 70 degrees. you'll be at 67 at noon in fremont, 68 here in san jose. rounding out the day at about 76. 81 in livermore. 80 in fairfield and 77 degrees on the way to concord. san francisco meanwhile, hit about 73 degrees throughout the day. tomorrow we have changes. tomorrow&háhp &hc&hanges. will get windy into early sunday. good morning to mike inouye. >> the forecast looks wonderful. look, it's lighting up the cars, north 880 and south, jammed approaching 23rd in downtown oakland. we have a crash both directions have crashes in fact. blocking lanes in each direction. that's all the slow drive. 580 okay. fort 680 jams up because of the investigation. that will continue till past 8:00 a.m. we don't know when it will reopen. >>> it's 8:00 in the morning on today. me and my fellow "last vegas" co-stars are teaming up to help host the next hour. here's what we have lined up. >> driving across country in 29 hours. how they pulled it off. >> they will not be ignored. why most
ca.com or call 800-675-2607. >> good morning. still pretty cool up north. 39 in santa rosa. everybody ecological in the 40s. oakland 52. san francisco 53. san carlos 50. beautiful picture of the marine headlands. seeing shadows from the early morning sun. check out the temperatures this >>> what could be better than watching "gma" in the morning this november? how about us giving you a brand-new car? get ready, america, for the greatest giveaway in "gma" history. and it sounds a little like this -- we're giving away three cars in three days. all you have to do for a chance to win is watch "gma" and enter. and we could be pulling up to your home in a brand-new mazda. there will be three winners, we promise. why don't you watch "good morning america's" great car giveaway, brought to you by mazda. >> we bid you a good morning. friday morning, to be specific, america. and, yes. as we deejay friday our way in. thank you, d.j. prostyle." take a look. there he is. and those are the cars parked outside our studio. we just saw that video. november, a huge month here for the program because we are launchi
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